Lutheran High School
of St. Charles County

LHS Coaching Opening for 2016

Lutheran High School is currently accepting applications  for the position of JV Tennis Coach for the spring of 2016.

Please submit a letter of interest, resume, and two letters of recommendation specifically noting leadership strengths, and teaching/coaching experience.

Please submit all necessary paperwork and direct all questions to Activities Director, Doug Kuhlmann @ and (314) 497-3014.

Winter Concession/Gate Sign-ups

All Winter Sports families are asked to volunteer for 2 Concession/Gate duties this season.  Use Volunteerspot to sign up today!


Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on VolunteerSpot

Winter Sports Performance Program

Beginning on Monday, November ​9, our strength and conditioning coach, Arlen Harris, will begin our performance program for all LHS athletes who are not currently participating in a winter sport.  What is the Performance program?  For those that are not familiar with it, the mission of the program is to “to develop championship caliber, multi-sport athletes with an emphasis on year-round training.”

Performance sessions will run 3:00 pm to 4:​15pm, Mondays through Thursdays.  It is the goal of the LHS coaching staff (all 22 sports!) that all fall and spring athletes who  are not currently in-season to attend these workouts.  All workouts will be designed and implemented by Coach Harris and our off-season coaches.  The Lutheran High School Strength and Conditioning/Performance Program is designed to provide our student-athletes the following:  a program that is committed to developing athletes into champions in their respective sports; to provide every athlete with the very best evidenced-based exercise programs; a program dedicated to improving our athletes strength, speed, agility, power, and flexibility; to develop team bonding, leadership, mental toughness, and discipline through rigorous physical and mental test; and to properly educate our athletes on the importance of rest, injury prevention, and nutrition.

To that end, the LHS performance philosophy centers on creating an atmosphere that allows each student-athlete to maximize their potential and achieve the highest level of athletic development possible while learning skills and values that will help them maintain a healthy lifestyle in the future.

If you have any questions regarding the program, please contact

​ the athletic office or our performance coaches:

Head Performance Coach – Arlen Harris –
Assistant Performance Coach – Jake Goslin –

Winter Sports Parent Meeting – Nov. 10

We look forward seeing you at Lutheran High School on Tuesday, November 10 in the LHS gymnasium for our annual winter sports meeting.  The doors will open at 6:00 pm for you to come and pick up schedules, sign up for your concessions/gate duty, purchase LHS spirit wear, and many other things.  The meeting will begin promptly at 6:30 pm.

Several important reminders…
1.  Pre-season parent video – Prior to the meeting, if you have not had the chance yet, please view the pre-season parent video:

2.  MSHSAA concussion video – Prior to the meeting, if you have not had the chance yet, please view the MSHSAA/NFHS parent video:

3.  Concessions/Gate duty –  A reminder that all winter sports families will choose two sessions in the concessions stand or at the gate during our fall contests.  The funds that are raised through concessions and ticket sales will help pay for the tools necessary to provide the best academic and athletic experiences for all LHS students. Concessions signups will be available later this week.

4.  Pictures – A reminder that our winter sports pictures will be taken on Wednesday, November 18.  Picture order forms are available in the LHS office, the activities office, or can be downloaded on the website.

5.  Training Rules – Please have your son/daughter, as well as yourself, sign the LHS training rules/contract.  The training rules can be downloaded on the LHS website:

What to expect at the meeting….

Following several brief remarks and an introduction of our coaching staff, parents will be dismissed to attend the sport-specific meetings in the following locations:

•    Girls Swimming – 103
•    Girls Basketball – Gym (east side of the gym)
•    Pom – 206
•    Cheer –  207
•    Wrestling – Gym (west side of the gym)
•    Boys Basketball – Commons

We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, November 10 @ 6:30 pm in the LHS gymnasium.

LHS XC Teams Headed to State

The Lutheran High Cross Country teams competed in Districts this Saturday.  Both the boys and girls teams finished in 2nd place, qualifying both teams for the Class 2 State Tournament on November 7th at the Oak Hills Golf Course in Jefferson City.

In addition to the team’s runner-up finish, 5 runners finished the day with All-District honors.  Congrats to Cody W., Connor S., Julia F., Meredith L., and Kate S. and the rest of the LHS Cross Country teams!!!

2015 District XC 2nd Place

2015 District XC 2nd Place

2015 District XC 2nd Place

2015 District XC 2nd Place

2015 Girls XC All-District

2015 Girls XC All-District

2015 Boys XC All District

2015 Boys All District XC

Lady Cougar VB Wins State Championship

The Lady Cougar Volleyball team beat Strafford in the Championship match, 25-16 and 25-20 to become the Missouri Class 2 State Champions!!

Congratulations ladies!!! You made Lutheran High proud!!

2015 Class 2 State Champions

2015 Class 2 State Champions

2015 LHS Volleyball Coaches

2015 LHS Volleyball Coaches


Fall to Winter Sports Transition

Our athletic policy indicates that student-athletes are not permitted to “practice” in a receiving sport (winter season) while they continue to compete in an sending sport (fall season).  However, they are allowed to “attend” practices with the overlapping time.  The one notable exception to this is for cheer & pom re: their competitions in late winter.

While they are not permitted to be physically active @ practices, they are permitted to be engaged mentally at practices of the receivingsport.  Coaches may choose to make decisions based on the best interest of the student athletes and their programs, while viewing this through the lens of an entire athletic program.

Please be reminded that once the seasons are ended, there is a 2 day period of non-participation for any athlete whose season has just ended.


Doug Kuhlmann, CMAA
Activities/Facilities Director
Winning is an Attitude!

LHS Swim Team Wins AAA Championship

The Lutheran High/Christian High Swim Team won the AAA Conference Championship last night at Chaminade, with 415 points over Borgia and Trinity.  Congrats to the Cougles!!


2015 AAA Swim Champions

2015 AAA Swim Champions